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OPWL Culminating Activities

View culminating portfolios from Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning students.


Professionals often use and maintain a portfolio as part of their professional development and the employment-seeking process. Therefore, all students, including master of science and certificate-seeking students, are encouraged to follow the OPWL 592 Portfolio directions and start preparing their portfolio website early during their first and second semester classes.


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Visit the Canvas portfolio page to view more portfolio websites.


Completing a thesis as a culminating activity helps professionals develop their expertise in a specific area by completing a research project. You should plan ahead of time to meet the thesis requirements and procedure. To develop the research skills necessary to write a thesis, you are recommended to complete the research credits early during your study. You are also encouraged to participate in one of the Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning faculty’s research labs:

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